Dates for your Diary Simmer 2018

  • Thursday 28th June – F2 Graduation in the hall beginning at 9.15am. No F1s in the morning. Graduation party in the afternoon.
    Friday 29th June – Records of Achievement will be sent home.
    Monday 2nd July – Parents evening to view your child’s work and meet their new class teacher from 3pm to 5pm.
    Thursday 5th July – Y6 leavers play at 2pm.
    Friday 6th July – Y6s last day.
  • Wednesday 18th July – Carnival Parade beginning at 9.10am to about 9.30am in the school carpark. The children from Y1 to Y5 will be parading as part of out school ‘TEAM’. Please feel free to stay and watch them after you drop them off for school.
  • Friday 20th July – Non uniform and break up for the summer at 2pm.
  • Start back – Tuesday 4th September.

Have a good summer.

SUMMER PARADE – TEAM

KS2 children have continued to work with 2 local artists to create some more sculptures ready for our parade.

Newsletter May 2018

Ice pops

Because the weather is getting warmer, we will begin selling ice pops at morning break on Friday 18th May. They are 20p.

Non-uniform Day.

The children have worked very hard this term doing lots ofassessments, so we are having a non-uniform day on Friday 25th May.

A big thank you to all the parents who have supported,  and are still supporting their children with their SATs (Standard Assessment Tests).

 

Dates for your Diary.

  • Friday 25th May – break up for half term (normal time).
  • Monday 4th June – start back.
  • Monday 2nd July – Parents evening to view your child’s work and meet their new class teacher.
  • Thursday 5th July – Y6 leavers play.
  • Friday 6th July – Y6’s last day.
  • Friday 20th July – break up for the summer at 2pm.

SUMMER PARADE – TEAM

In preparation for our “Summer parade” around school, we have been working with 2 local artists on creating stunning artwork on our theme “TEAM.” All the children in school belong to one of 4 teams…

T – Tigers

E – Eagles

A – African elephants

M – Mantaray

Each letter in TEAM stands for “Together Everyone Achieves More.”

The materials for the project are all recycled products that you have sent in from home – empty cereal boxes or old newspapers etc.

Currently KS2 children have had the opportunity to create these sculptures – they are not finished but the attached pictures show you how hard they have been working on the project!

INTRA CLASS PLAYTIME COMPETITIONS

After a few weeks of competitions, every team has played each other at all the different activities – dance, dodgeball, football and basketball. Team SF continued their winning streak within the Y3/Y4 classes and remain clear winners.  However, after being at the bottom of the leaderboard throughout the competition, Team VD managed to have the highest score and be the overall winners in the Y6/Y5 classes –  they beat the previous winning team (Team CW) by just 1 point.

Newsletter: April 10th 2018

School News.

Mrs Yasseen returns from her maternity leave today. We would like to thank Mrs Bruce-Hillman for teaching Foundation for the last few months.

Mrs Ibbotson and Mrs Yip both leave on Friday 13th April to begin their maternity leaves – we would like to wish them all the best. Mrs Bruce-Hillman will be taking over from Mrs Ibbotson.

Dates for your Diary.

  • Thursday 3rd May – INSET so school is closed to pupils, open as normal Friday 4th May.
  • Monday 7th May – May Day so school closed, open as normal on Tuesday 8th May.
  • Friday 25th May – break up for half term (normal time).
  • Monday 4th June – start back.
  • Monday 2nd July – Parents evening to view your child’s work and meet their new class teacher.
  • Thursday 5th July – Y6 leavers play.
  • Friday 6th July – Y6’s last day.
  • Friday 20th July – break up for the summer at 2pym.

 

 

WORLD BOOK DAY

Unfortunately school was closed on the real book day due to snow.  However, as many children had been looking forward to dressing up, we arranged it for the last day of term. As you can see from the photos, lots of children and staff entered into the spirit of the day and came dressed up as a book character.  How many characters do you recognise?

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Intra-class sports competition

All the classes have now completed their 3rd round of competitions.  Although Team SF are still ahead in the Y3/Y4 league, the gap of 12 from round 2 has now closed to just 7.  In the Y5/Y6 competitions, Team CW is still in the lead, however, they have extended their 1 point lead and team VD ahve now overtaken Team KH. 

PREDATORS

The Y3/4s have been working on their spring topic over the last half term and here is some of the fabulous work they have produced.  In art, they have been sketching animal images and using pastels.  They have researched and learnt about the venus flytrap as well as finding out about a range of animals.  This has included classifying them, learning about their habitats and food chains.  

Cheerleading.

On Friday 9th March, 17 cheerleaders competed at Wickersley Comprehensive in the Rotherham Cheerleading Final. The girls were dressed as zombie school children and began their routine with their cheer chant, ‘We are Thornhill’s Walking Dead!’ This was followed by amazing stunts, jumps, tumbles, a pyramid involving all the athletes and a dance. Our routine was well received by the audience. Also a big thank you to all the parents who came to support us. We were really pleased to be the runners up as there were 8 squads competing. We are now through to the next round on March 20th representing Rotherham in the South Yorkshire School Games. Zombie Power!